|11 04 14 ( Salonika) - John Deos|
songs for Salonika
Keywords: Salonika; Thessaloniki; radio musicheaven
|"The ghosts of "the sons of Abdullah"; converters to Islam in Thessaloniki during 15th century", Thessalonikeon Polis 19 (May 2006) 134â139 [in Greek] - Evanghelos Hekimoglou|
A paper published by a Greek scholar magazine, presenting data about the converters ("sons of Abdullah" as they were usually named by the Muslims) and their high percentage between the population of Thessaloniki (Selanik), a relatively big Ottoman city in 15th century. The paper approaches critically Prf. Mazower's study for Thessaloniki.
Keywords: Salonika; converters; Islam; Mazower
|Byzantine Sources for History of the Peoples of Yugoslavia|
Authors and Editors: Institute for Byzantine Studies Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, 1955, v. I, 19-51 pp.
Keywords: Procopius Caesariensis - John of Ephesus - St. Demetrius of Salonika - Theophanes the Confessor - Anastasius Bibliothecarius
|Yiddish and Ladino: Understanding Jewish Languages - Yiddish Book Center|
Sephardic Studies professor and author Sarah Abrevaya Stein talks about editing the translation of a Ladino memoir into English and how her internship at the Yiddish Book Center shaped her understanding of Jewish languages. Episode 41 September 4, 2012 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts
Keywords: Emma Morgenstern; Ladino; Salonika; Sarah Stein; Sephardic culture; Steiner Summer Yiddish Program; Translation; Yiddish; Yiddish Book Center Audio
|Proceedings of IV International Seminar on Bulgarian History, Smolyan, 11 - 13 May 2006|
Authors and Editors: Iskra Baeva and Plamen Mitev (with Christian Promitzer, Philip Shashko et al.) St. Kliment Ohridski University Press, Sofia, 2008, 92 (855) pp.
Keywords: Moses of Chorene and the Balkan Peninsula; Prince Alexander I of Bulgaria; Salonika Issue and Balkan Wars 1912-13; Bio-politics and Racism in Kingdom of Bulgaria; Roma Population in Post-communist Bulgaria; Sofia from Architectural Point of View; Teaching of Bulgarian History Abroad